Climate Projects.

Climate projects are becoming increasingly important as people and businesses become more aware of the impact they are having on the environment. These projects benefit the planet, biodiversity, and local communities, and are a key component of reducing our carbon footprint and combating climate change.

Climate projects that aim to reduce greenhouse gas emissions, such as renewable energy projects, can help to slow the rate of climate change and reduce these negative impacts - you can see below in more detail the projects we support.

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Avoiding methane emissions from landfill in Brazil
Macaúbas Landfill Gas Project is a landfill gas collection, use and flare project in Brazil. The main objective of the project is to prevent emissions of methane gas into the atmosphere from the landfill site called “Central de Tratamento de Resíduos Macaúbas” located in the municipality of Sabará in the state of Minas Gerais, Brazil. The project activity comprises the installation of new active LFG extraction, flaring and electricity generation systems.
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Mangrove planting at Belavenika, Madagascar
Our projects in Madagascar are run by Eden Reforestation Projects (‘Eden’) – a 501(c)(3) non-profit whose mission is to provide fair-wage employment to impoverished villagers as agents of global forest restoration. Eden hire local people to grow, plant, and guard to maturity the trees planted through funding from our community – on a massive scale. As well as restoring forest ecosystems, Eden’s “Employ to Plant” methodology results in multiple positive socioeconomic and environment impacts.
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Uigshader Living Forest Project, Scotland
Having acquired the land, the local community is restoring it to encourage as much biodiversity as possible. This involves peatland restoration and meadow conversation, as well as the planting of approximately 30,000 native trees. A core team from ULFP will be involved in the project, as well as volunteers from the local area, including pupils from nearby schools.
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Distributing cleaner cookstoves in Kenya
This project distributes fuel efficient ‘Jikokoa’ cookstoves to communities around Kenya. These stoves reduce charcoal consumption by 64%, helping to ease the impact on local forests, and saving local families money. The stoves reduce indoor air pollution by 65%, generating health benefits for the families who rely on them.
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Protecting globally important rainforest in Cambodia
The Southern Cardamom REDD+ Project has been designed to promote climate change mitigation and adaptation among local communities, maintain biodiversity, and encourage and support alternative livelihoods to farming which threatens the forest’s integrity and health. The 445,339 hectare project area encompasses parts of Southern Cardamom National Park and Tatai Wildlife Sanctuary, and will protect a critical part of the Cardamom Mountains Rainforest Ecoregion.
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Wind power project in Thailand
This project will avoid 131,883 tCO2e from entering our atmosphere each year of its operation, which equates to a total of 1,318,830 tCO2e over 10 years! The project began in 2018 and will run for 25 years, with a renewable crediting period every 10 years. This project is situated in the Nongwang, Bueng Prue and Samnaktakhro sub-districts of Thepharak District, Nakhonratchasima Province in Thailand. The project site is Northeast of Bangkok, and is a greenfield project, meaning that no prior activity was installed before the commissioning of this project.
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